We're not sure how this bizarrely designed house in Washington is even standing
This Washington house is all about the green, from its mossy green paint color to the lush forest surroundings.
At only 1,500 square feet, this small home makes quite a statement with its mismatched multi-level design that its listing describes as "architecturally unique."
Check out the house here:
The house packs three bedrooms, including a master on the top floor that feels like its own suite, thanks to the unique set up and openness that the architecture allows for.
Ceilings are vaulted and deck space is plentiful, ensuring you'll never have to worry about shortage of sunlight...well, as much sunlight as you can expect to find in Washington!
The lot where the house sits is huge, with mountain views and plenty of space to entertain and spend time outdoors.
This imperfectly perfect Pacific Northwestern house of your woodsy dreams is yours for $449K.
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